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articles as the chief crop executors defense her actions, we speak to aaron swartz's girlfriend, taren stinebrickner-kauffman and computer security consultant alex stamos who would have been the chief expert witness for the defense. then, tavis smiley on poverty. >> when people have no hope for the future, they have no power in the present, something must be done to save this democracy by doing something about this growing gap between the have got and the have-nots, the rich and the rest of us. we will keep pushing the president and talking about this issue. >> as president obama prepares for his second inauguration, broadcaster tavis smiley calls on the white house to prioritize the fight against poverty in obama's second term rid of that and more coming up. this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. president obama has formally unveiled his proposals to reform the nation's gun laws more than a month after the shooting massacre in newtown. on wednesday, obama called for reinstating the ban on assault weapons and high-capacity ammunition maga
category that include the most popular guns used for self-defense, competition, and hunting. when president obama promises that no one's talking about taking away your hunting rifle or your self-defense handgun, it matters that gun control activists may, in fact, be talking about taking away your hunting rifle or your self-defense handgun, whether they know it or not. so let's forgo the arbitrary, ambiguous, fearmongering terms and get real specific about what we actually mean by gun control. it may be politically effective to rail against rapid fire, high capacity, assault weapons. doesn't actually mean anything. so if we're serious, we should at least start by getting the terms right. okay. that does it for "the cycle." martin, it's all yours. >> just a quick question. how many rounds did jared loughner fire off before he was tackled? >> what's your point? >> how many rounds had he fired off? >> i'm not sure. i don't remember. >> 31. >> okay. >> he was actually tackled because he was reloading. >> we should be trying to stop crazy people and criminals, martin, from shooting one person, no
for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this constitution for the united states of america. it's now my pleasure to recognize the gentleman from illinois mr. enyart. mr. enyart: article 1, section 1, all legislative powers herein granted shall be vested in a congress of the united states, which shall consist of a senate and house of representatives. mr. goodlatte: i now yield to the gentleman from michigan, mr. walberg. mr. walberg:section 2, the house of representatives shall be composed of members chosen every second year by the people of the several states, and the electors in each state shall have the qualifications requisite for electors of the most numerous branch of the state legislature. mr. goodlatte: i yield to the gentleman from california, mr. lamalfa. mr. lamalfa:no person shall be a representative who shall not have attained to the age of 25 years and been seven years a citizen of the united states, and who shall not, when elected, be an inhabitant of that state in which he s
series of continuing resolutions. one could be for national defense, for the whole rest of the year. one could be for the department of labor and department of housing and urban development, a few other places like that. my guess is you could cut them by 20, 30% and the average american would think that's perfectly reasonable. now, then it would be up to the senate democrats or the president to decide whether or not they were going to force a government shutdown, but i don't think that republicans should set out to have a shutdown, but they shouldn't be afraid of saying there are things we are not going to spend money on. we're going to get this budget under control, and if that requires a confrontation, then that's the price of self-government. remember, i also have to remind people, 1994 is the first republican house majority in 40 years. 1996 is the first reelected republican majority in the house since 1928. i always say to people, if the shutdown hurt us so bad, how come we were the first republicans people believed in enough to rehire in 68 years? >> i think that's an important poi
shutdown. i think they should pass pa series of continuing resolutions. one could be for national defense, for the whole rest of the year. one could be for the department of labor and department of housing and urban development, a few other places like that. my guess is you could cut them by 20, 30% and the average american would think that's perfectly reasonable. now, then it would be up to the senate democrats or the president to decide whether or not they were going to force a government shutdown, but i don't think that republicans should set out to have a shutdown, but they shouldn't be afraid of saying there are things we are not going to spend money on. we're going to get this budget under control, and if that requires a confrontation, then that's the price of self-government. remember, i also have to remind people, 1994 is the first republican house majority in 40 years. 1996 is the first reelected republican majority in the house since 1928. i always say to people, if the shutdown hurt us so bad, how come we were the first republicans people believed in enough to rehire in 68 year
attack, from food particles and bacteria. try fixodent. it helps create a food seal defense for a clean mouth and kills bacteria for fresh breath. ♪ fixodent, and forget it. nothing. are you stealing our daughter's school supplies and taking them to work? no, i was just looking for my stapler and my... this thing. i save money by using fedex ground and buy my own supplies. that's a great idea. i'm going to go... we got clients in today. [ male announcer ] save on ground shipping at fedex office. (applause) >> and we're back with former speaker newt gingrich. newt, when we were talking earlier about the government shutdown, a lot of people to this day will say, oh, but the republicans, they shut the government down, it hurt a lot of people. do the republicans run the risk of a public relations nightmare if they actually create a government shutdown? >> well, first of all, i don't think we need to create a government shutdown. i think they should pass pa series of continuing resolutions. one could be for national defense, for the whole rest of the year. one could be for the department
on revenues. we can deal with the defense budget. but when you say whether we pay now or later but you're not talking about a delay. i went to public schools in brooklyn but now or later means delay. >> look at it this way. the amendment today, it would have cut defense something you and i have talked about before. 157 republicans voted for that. five democrats also voted for my amendment today. if the amendment had passed, the money would have gone to new york and new jersey just as quickly. again, this was not a debate about who gets the money, how much money it was. it was a debate how we're going to pay for it. make one thing clear. this is all borrowed money. this is not budgeted this year. we are going to borrow every penny we send to the northeast. i wanted to have the discussion of whether or not this was important enough to find some savings some place. give me something that we are willing to give up as a country. and if it's a national park in my state. show me something we're willing to give up as a country and share that sacrifice so these folks in the northeast get the ai
] that's why i leap, like a mother tigress, to their defense if anyone attacks them. i am especially protective of the coca-cola company's whole family of products. although in this family fanta's kinda the black sheep. [ laughter ] why can't you be more like the neighbor's kid, he's a "doctor." [cheers and applause] folks, in this family, i especially love vitaminwater. oh, that reminds me. gotta take my meds. monday. [ laughter ] [cheers and applause] whoo! sadly, as vitaminwater's parent company, coca-cola is now embroiled in a lawsuit for allegedly making "deceptive and unsubstantiated claims" that their product is healthy. just because it has the words "vitamin" and "water" on the label? come on, we're all adults. there's no sun in sunny d! [ laughter ] or paul newman in fig newmans-- anymore. [ laughter ] and coca-cola's lawyers agree with me. they argue that "no consumer could reasonably be misled into thinking vitaminwater was a healthy beverage." exactly. what consumer would reasonably think vitaminwater is healthy just because their labels say it "supports your immune syste
, david remnick. >> jon: now. when george stephanapolous, in his defense, all tall people look alike to him. i see gray chin. i don't know. still for the rest of the morning, stephanapolous did a very good job. right here of course you have venus and serena williams coming in. over there is danny glover. , owe the dazzling miss hally brie looking fine and general colin powell and his girlfriend motown great diana ross and here's a treat nba hall of famer bill russell. the crowd loves 'em. and then, it was time for the main event. the president's second inaugural address. just as feared the president came out as a liberal. >> we will respond to the threat of climate change. our journey is not complete until our gay brothers and sisters are treated like anyone else under the law. medicare and medicaid and social security. they do not make us a nation of takers. they free us to take the risks that make this country great >> jon: one last thing i want to make this clear. my health care plan is designed to kill your white grandparents. kill 'em dead. yep. thank you. we of course are focus
back. >> his former niner head coach, mike nolan, now in charge of the falcons defense. >> the only reason i am really worried is mike nolan is the defensive coordinator. so i have apprehension it's because of that. other than that, we are too talented. >> who's got it better than us? >> nobody! >> collin will be doing a lot of kaepernicking. >> all day, man, all day. that's all we see here left and right. >> you go left and right? >> yeah, because it's going to be all day. absolutely. >> 49er personnel were walk around the streets of atlanta handing out these towels, who's got it better than us? nobody. hoping they will bring it to the dome on sunday. abc7 news reporting from the dome. >> and sioux is going to continue to follow the excite men in atlanta. he will with a live report on abc7 morning news at nine and tonight on ab c 7 news at five and six. >>> the lawyer for lawyers wide receiver michael crabtree said his client is cooperating with authorities. crabtree is being investigated for suspicion of sexual assault. a woman claims he assaulted her last sunday just hours after
it on the road. the defense, just like the niners, did not allow a point in the second half. the ravens and patriots in the championship game. tom brady looking to make the super bowl for the 6th time in his career. picking it up in the second quarter and brady firing to welker, and it ended up being the only touchdown pass. gronk is happy. ravens quarterback joe flacco cook over in the -- took over in the second half. here from five yards out and 14-13, ravens. joe flacco, and who is an elite quarterback now? a nice touch and 21-13 baltimore. their d was huge and steven ridley is crushed and fumbles. arthur jones recovers and flacco makes him pay. a nice leaping catch. flacco 240 yards passing and three touchdowns. the ravens are going to the super bowl for the first time in 12 years. 28-13 the final score. john harbaugh reflecting on meeting his brother in two weeks in new orleans. >> i don't know if we had a dream this big. we had a few dreams. we had a few fights. we had a few arguments just like all brothers. we will try to stay out of that business. we will let the two teams duke
and do it on the road. the defense, just like the niners, did not allow a point in the second half. the ravens and patriots in the championship game. tom brady looking to make the super bowl for the 6th time in his career. picking it up in the second quarter and brady firing to welker, and it ended up being the only touchdown pass. gronk is happy. ravens quarterback joe flacco cook over in the -- took over in the second half. here from five yards out and 14-13, ravens. joe flacco, and who is an elite quarterback now? a nice touch and 21-13 baltimore. their d was huge and steven ridley is crushed and fumbles. arthur jones recovers and flacco makes him pay. a nice leaping catch. flacco 240 yards passing and three touchdowns. the ravens are going to the super bowl for the first time in 12 years. 28-13 the final score. john harbaugh reflecting on meeting his brother in two weeks in new orleans. >> i don't know if we had a dream this big. we had a few dreams. we had a few fights. we had a few arguments just like all brothers. we will try to stay out of that business. we will let the two
it secretary of defense but the 49ers had a good defense. it's the same word and spelled the same way and pronounced differently. >> kimberly: linguist. >> eric: you couldn't say de-fence. de-fence. >> kimberly: i brought out my new shoes for the 49ers in hon for of the niners, brought out my red shoes and that is something significant to talk about. >> bob: $16,543. >> greg: no, $1300. >> kimberly: julia will get them as part of an entitlement program. >> bob: harbaugh coached against each other in 2011 when the 49ers were defeated -- excuse me. yeah, raiders defeated 49ers 16-6. jim and john are going to be up against in the bro-bowl. dabs one of the guy -- >> dana: one of those guys isn't liked, right? one of them has a bad reputation? >> kimberly: they're both good dudes. their parents are still alive, god bless them. the mom will go for the younger brother and the dad for the older brother. >> dana: that is an angle for a morning show. >> eric: i heard you invited bob to come watch a football game. >> kimberly: not us. >> eric: stay for the second one? >> dana: no, he didn't. he
. there is leon panetta, defense secretary, walking in right now. so -- i -- i -- there's -- more members of the cabinet coming in. this is the motorcade that is carrying the president, first lady, vice president, and second lady, and others up pennsylvania avenue towards the capitol. h.w. brand is the presidential historian, the author, who is helping us better appreciate the enormity of this historical moment that we are watching. they are getting closer and closer. that's quit a long motorcade. they got. i guess the republican and democratic leadership is in that motorcade as well. how significant is it that -- and -- there you see janet nap tan oh secretary of homeland security walking in with other members of the cabinet -- how significant is it the president invited the congressional leadership for coffee after coming back from church before heading up to capitol hill? >> it seems a clear indication he realizes if anything is going to be done in the second term, it will have to be done on a bipartisan basis. presidents in their inaugural addresses always speak in bipartisan fashion.
member than from the enemy. but the department of defense and all the services have done little except a lot of lip service in terms of addressing this issue. >> is the second term a time we might see it? we have been hearing critique of the cabinet but weather the secretary of defense is a man or woman, as secretary of defense, we want that person addressing these questions. will we see a stronger motivation to address the questions of military sexual assault in the second term? >> i certainly hope so. we are having a hearing in congress this week where more than 41 young recruits, new trainees were sexually assaulted or harassed by 19 military training instructors. it wasn't because women came forward and talked about it. only one reported it. there's a fear of reporting it. if you report it, your career is over. >> is there something we can learn from sort of the culture of the military which is at this moment, managing poorly in some ways the influx of new women service members and what's going on in the u.s. house of representatives and the u.s. senate which are still dominated by
's nomination to be secretary of defense, let's take a look back at the 2005 inaugural when the foreign relations committee briefly held up condoleezza rice's mom nation to be secretary of state. >> the senate foreign relations committee has not moved forward as had been previously expected, and one of the reasons is barbara boxer and senator obama, mother member of the democrats, who have been questioning condoleezza rice on her kwaul fecks to be secretary of state. senator boem, you are obviously new to this, but have you spoken an elkwant keynote address about the need for bipartisanship. are you concerned about send this message forward for the foreign relations committee as one of your first acts? >> i think that we had some vigorous questioning in the committee hearing, but i also think that ultimately the president will have the team that he wants, and it's going to be up to the spragues so make sure that they want to reach out and construct this bipartisan foreign policy that's been the tradition in this country and helped us win the cold war. >> senator barbara boxer. we were a
you in, that he owed it to you knowing you were going to come forth with that kind of defense to say maybe you shouldn't get out there so far? >> you know, i do. and i do, but at the end of the day, i'm not going to blame him. i'm going to blame myself. but, look, he's lance armstrong. what he wanted was the cover of "newsweek." he wanted a prominent -- someone prominent in the world of sports to come to his defense because as we all saw last night, lance is a clinical, classic narcissist who really only cares about himself. so he didn't care about me. he cared about getting what he could out of me, but, you know, journalists go through this all the time, and i bought it, and i'm embarrassed. >> dave, you wrote that what he's trying to do now is the equivalent of riding a bike through the eye of a needle. well, we watched half of it. we'll see the rest of it tonight perhaps. did he succeed? >> no, he didn't succeed at all, and he didn't succeed on either front, and that's the key point here is that he had to do two different things that were very different, very divergent, and he fai
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defense, we reject as false the choice between our safety and our ideals. our founding fathers faced with perils we can scarcely imagine, drafted a charter to assure the rule of law and the rights of man, a charter expanded by the blood of generations. those ideals still light the world, and we will not give them up for the expedience's sake. and so to all other peoples and governments who are watching today, from the grandest countries to the smallest village where my father was born, and know that america is a friend of each nation and every man, woman, and child who seeks a future of peace and dignity, that we are ready to lead once more. [cheers and applause] we call that earlier generations faced down fascism and communism not just with missiles and tanks, but with sturdy alliances and enduring convictions. they understood that our power alone cannot protect us, nor does it entitle us to do as he pleased. instead they knew that our power grows through its root in use, our security emanates from the justness of our cause the force of our example how much tempered qualities of hum
the defense of marriage act. do you think that the nation is moving on this issue? whether you're talking about transgender kids, d.o.m.a. defense of marriage. do you think the nation is slowly shifting? >> i think regular people don't care if two people consenting adults of the same sex want to get married. why can't they join the lot of us and be just as miserable as everybody else. >> you're going to be sitting up there on platform during the inauguration, what does that mean? >> i'm going to start crying. from watching it on tv, ever since i was little. it was nancy, leader of the nancy pelosi, she's the one that invited me. she wanted me to see it. i'm so blown over by it. >> what do you want to hear him say. in his inaugural address. people have been talking about it and dressing about it. what would you like to hear his message be. >> he said a lot of things that i'm glad he said. i would like to see the republicans stop trying to drag the president down. i've never seen anything like it in my life. i mean it's not, it's just, they want him to fail. but if they do that, they want u
, secretary of defense. and i want to go to josh elliott because he's there among the crowd as the president is getting ready to pass by in the motorcade. josh? >> that's right, diane. the president making his way past as we speak. again, you can see this motorcade, traveling past. they have now -- the crowd's pushed against the rails. it is not unlike the finish to a horse race. the rail birds cheers him home. and president obama cannot help but perhaps feeling that way. the sun going behind the clouds. but there is no gloom, now, on the streets. you can see, as he passed us right here, the motorcade about 20 vehicles long, as he makes his way the last half-mile or so, down pennsylvania avenue, heading east, towards the capitol. you can see the finish in sight, diane. again, as the crowds have suddenly swelled here along the parade route. >> and all those american flags flanking pennsylvania avenue, as the president heads to the capitol. we'll take a quick break. the swearing in and the speeches coming up. [ male announcer ] when moisture is this light, it floats. when hair is this hydrated
the board in every sector of the government including defense, including vets. i was talking to somebody on capitol hill who said that amount of money is the entire operating budget, akin to the entire operating budget of the agriculture department. we do not think it will pass but it really gives a sense of why the speaker got himself in so much trouble by pulling this before the night of new year's day, because of this very reason, he knew there were a number of republicans who were very upset about passing any new government spending without cutting it elsewhere and it's going to play out on the house floor today. >> we're going to talk more about this later. dana bash reporting live from capitol hill today. coca-cola is defending it self against charges it makes america fat. it acknowledges obese sit the issue of this generation and vowing to come together to fight the fat. ♪ i'd like to teach the world to sing ♪ ♪ sing with me ♪ in perfect harmony >> it's a far cry from the feel good '70s feel good coca-cola commercial. >> we'd like people to come together on something that
respect. you will have a great secretary of defense in bob gates. you will have a great secretary of veterans affairs in general erik shinseki. [applause] and every single day that i am in the white house, i will try to serve you as well as you are serving the united states of america. as i said earlier today, while the tests we face are new, and the ways in which we meet them may be new, the values on which our success depends are old. those values like hard work and honesty, courage and tolerance, loyalty and patriotism, those are values that are embodied in our armed forces. what's required is for all of us to return to those values, what's required is all of us to embrace a new era of responsibility where we expect and demand not only more of our leaders, but more of ourselves. so tonight, we celebrate, but tomorrow the work begins. and i look forward to joining you in that effort. together i am confident that we will write the next great chapter in america's story. now, i've got a little surprise for some of you. as i said before, we have folks who are working right now, in i
with the votes we cast but with the voices we lift in defense of our most ancient values and enduring ideals. [applause] let us each of us now embrace with solemn duty and awesome joy what is our lasting birthright. with common effort, and common purpose, with passion and dedication let us answer the call of history and carry into an uncertain future that precious light of freedom. thank you. god bless you, and may he forever bless these united states of america. [cheers and applause] [cheers and applause] shepard: from the 44th president and the 597th inaugural, our journey is not complete. he talked climate change and equality in ending wars and coming together, rhetorical flourishes from the president. ahead of kelly clarkson much, and "my country tis of thee". >> at this time join me in welcoming award winning artist, kelly clarkson, accompanied by the united states marine band. ♪ . ♪ my country tis of thee, sweet land of liberty, of thee i sing ♪. ♪ land where my fathers died! land of the pilgrim's pride! from every mountainside, let freedom ring ♪. ♪ . ♪. ♪ . ♪ . [che
right now is to play rope-a-dope until 2014. i think we need to go on the defensive and stand on our presence pls. no spending happens unless it's approved by the house. and i think we need to be ready to stand firm on that. so i wouldn't take a defensive posture even though he's very bold in his statements yesterday. >> mr. labrador, we were lonely without you. >> it's good to be here. >> how many of you didn't listen but actually just read the president's speech? if you sit and read it on paper and try not to hear it in his voice but just read the words, it's in many ways i've heard that exact same speech dozens and dozens and dozens of times from hard left act vis. it sounded like every standardized left wing speech and if you start to dice it, ok, if you're after social justice trks -- social justice, a job, a growing economy, is social justice. not trying to manipulate a society, not trying to move toward a collectivist society. so there are fairly radical -- radically different visions of what creates social justice, what creates that opportunity. i think we as the conservative
defensively when he was asked about not spending enough time with members of congress, he said now that his girls are getting this old, they're not going to want to be around him very much so noul now he'll have more time. but the truth is, they are becoming adolescents and that presents a lot of other challenges. but it is remarkable how ba ram and michel barack and michelle obama have kept these kids so normal. we think back to hillary clinton asked jackie kenly onassis for advice and keep them out of the public eye. that worked so successfully with her. and there's the transition here. i was really struck by the fact that susan eisenhower as a grandchild was writing in the "washington post" last week that she had secret service protection and she was objecting because she said the children go through a lot of change and it isn't easy to be the child or the grandchild of the president of the united states. but these girls have done it remarkably with these parents. >> they are so beautiful and so poised. malia is 14 these days, a freshman in high school. sasha is 11 and in sixth grade. an
the national defense authorization act because he had a connection with a freedom fighter, nelson mandela. he just got off the terrorist list in 2008. he had a relation to a terrorist. under the present administration, and you can take americans to jail without due process. the black freedom movement has always been suspicious of it. we have black prisoners in their precisely because they were willing to tell the truth that was a threat and we do not talk about them. that is why the culture of fear is not just violence. people are afraid. they are afraid to lose their jobs. they are afraid to lose their status. not going to be nice tea parties, the white house. you cannot have a culture of fear and generate a movement. it is not just about justice. we have got to talk about love. martin was a titan of love. if you are not talking about love and willingness of sacrifice, we are not going nowhere. you have to be willing to hit the streets, go to jail, to die. that is what it is about. if you are not willing to do that, keep your job and drink your tea. we are in the state of emergency. [laughte
uncertain and still very dangerous. >> we heard from the secretary of defense leon panetta today saying -- >> this is the problem right now for the united states and other countries, al qaeda in north africa, perhaps the new frontier for al qaeda cells and affiliates, but many of these places are very remote areas, very difficult to get to, and the case is, we are seeing in algeria, that government does not want outside military help. it's one thing for the secretary of defense to say there's no sanctuary, that the u.s. will go after these al qaeda terrorists, how are you going to get over there with limited force and how are you going to get to these countries to undertake military operations is a whole other question. this is likely to be a very serious ongoing issue now for some time to come. >>> now this, a new report out today by the cdc says that the flu season is now getting worse. 48 states are now reporting widespread flu activity. now widespread means more than half of the counties in a state have flu activity. 30 states are reporting high levels of the flu, up from 24 last we
to actually accomplish thing, james? >> i think there are a couple things. you take what the defense gives you as a president. obviously the economy to contend with, gun control. i think immigration will be able to get worked into this. i think the administration has the to sort of wrap its arms around the combination of what happens in life around the world and what they want to try to get done. when they overlap. i do believe this administration was interested in gun control or commonsense gun safety even without a newtown massacre. when they overlap, you have to push hard and use the political will of an administration to get things done. >> if you want to call it a honeymoon period, people say as long as two years and other mrs. cynical say we're going to give him 100 day, re-evaluate and see how much capital he has. >> i would give him act six to eight months to get things in congress. after that people will be starting to think about the midterm elections. even democrats will have to go back to their districts and -- if they cast too many votes that take risk for the president, they won'
on the field. >> now the niner defense will have the tough task of stopping future hall of famer and tight end gonzalez. he's 36 years old which is ancient football years. but still playing like a college kid. >> when you watch the old kung-fu movie and see the guy with long beard. the toughest fateer is not usually the young guy. old guy around for a long time. so i figure i'm like that. because you see everything. you see he have kovrment you know the appearing el that a guy is come to get you. just out there doing my thing. >> ageless wonder. stanford hamell at any reunite with quarterback luck in indianapolis. today the colts hired hamilton as the offensive coordinator. he replaces bruce who left for the head job with the arizona cardinals. last time the warriors won in san antonio i was taking a mass media law ethic test. year 1997. i was in college. don't remember the grade. warrior play without curry second state game with the aching el injury. duncan pass ass round 3 warrior defender. led by 10 in the first here. neal corn he there. it's a 26-19 game. third quarter.
for washington to say it on that occasion, although not required. in defense of chief justice roberts, he is not the first to get the words confused. william howard taft, who was a distinguished chief justice, swore in herbert hoover in 1929, and that ceremony was carried over the radio, and a little girl wrote in to justice taft and said you got the words wrong. that is not the order of the words. he wrote back and said i am sure that i got them right here at -- right. they played the tape, and found that he had reversed some of the words. the fact of the matter is it does not make a difference if the chief justice skips a word, or gets a word out of order. as i mentioned, the presidency in the 19th century, and even herbert hoover just said "i do ," and that is certainly appropriate as well. we moved down to washington, dc, where the first inauguration is taking place, and there is a change of party for the first time, from the federalists, who were more formal, to the new republicans, jeffersonian republicans, or the democratic republicans, who felt more than they were the party of the
. the adhesive helps create a food seal defense for a clean mouth and kills bacteria for fresh breath. ♪ fixodent, and forget it. >> so israelis are blood suckers who attack palestinians and they are the descendants of ape is. s and pigs. that's from president morsi from egypt. the point is given these intensely negative feelings, even racist feelings, you get an idea of how difficult the arab israeli conflict will be to resolve. but the man who came closer than any other, at least in recent decades, any other israeli he to finding a peaceful solution to the ongoing crisis joins me now from tel aviv. he's the forme former prime minr of israel. mr. prime minister, welcome. nice to see you. long time no see. what was your reaction when you heard morsi's hateful words? >> well, good evening. i think these are certainly obnoxious expressions. it's certainly raising serious questions about the attitude of this person. i hope that while he's now president of egypt that he will understand the responsibility of this part of his job and the effect that this has on relations between israel and egypt and he
of 1835 he is eager to win a conviction. by this time, says 410 has come through and come to the defense of her alleged assailant. and she says in the trial that arthur never lifted the ax, she never believed that he intended to hurt her, she felt safe in his presence, that he was just drunk and she wanted the whole thing to go away. well, she was in placable and he didn't listen to this. he managed to get other people to override her testimony, and so are there is convicted and there is only one punishment for that, which is the death penalty, capital punishment. and so, arthur goes on to death row and in january of 1836 is sentenced to die in about a month. and so with the clock ticking, mrs. thorton does something even more unbelievable and was amazing that she testified on arthur's behalf in the criminal
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